RESTLESS LEGS SYNDROME
Cedarwood and Cypress. Contain anti- spasmodic properties; work as calming and soothing agents.
Helichrysum. Supports the neurological system; anti- spasmodic.
Marjoram. May assist in relieving muscle aches and spasm.
in the legs. The sensations can be irritating and painful, and moving the legs helps to relieve the discomfort. Most people with RLS have difficulty falling asleep and staying asleep. When left untreated, RLS can lead to sleep deprivation and affect a person’s ability to concentrate and complete daily tasks. This may also lead to depression and impaired memory. As many as 10 percent of the U.S. population may have RLS, and childhood RLS is estimated to affect almost 1 million children. The most common treatments for RLS are dopamine-related medications, even though long- term use can actually worsen symptoms in many individuals.
» Multivitamin. Several deficiencies (iron, vitamin D and B-vitamins) can contribute to restless legs syndrome.